A Plain City native, Dr. Tyler Dixon graduated from Weber High, earned his medical degree at the Midwestern University and completed his residency at the McKay-Dee Family Practice Residency Program in 2008. He is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians and the Utah Medical Association. He enjoys taking care of the full spectrum of patients from newborn to the elderly. He focuses on preventative care, well child, the treatment of chronic illness, adult care and acute injuries. He also has a special interest in sports medicine. Dr. Dixon and his wife Stacey have 5 children and are passionate about music and also enjoy a variety of outdoor activities
Dr. Samantha Bostrom is a board certified Pediatrician with many years experience in General Pediatrics and Behavioral Health Pediatrics. She had additional training in Psychiatry and is certified in Pediatric psychopharmacology. She joined West Side Medical in 2007 and continued her practice as a pediatric behavioral specialist. She loves seeing the changes that occur in children's' lives from proper diagnosis, treatment and management of emotional distress or pain. Dr. Bostrom participates in cutting edge research to find new and improved treatments that help children with Autism, ADHD, Anxiety, Depression and other emotional and behavioral disorders. She has been published as an expert informant and as a lead author on clinical research data. Dr. Bostrom's active research studies allows her to provide the newest evidence based medical options for her patients. Nationally and locally she serves on advisory boards and lectures to professionals in all areas of pediatric behavioral health. She is also involved with many community services and contributes to fundraisers for children with special needs.
Dr. Raul Weston
Dr. Corey Ericksen
Dr. Samantha Bostrom
Dr. Corey Ericksen is a native Utahn raised in Tremonton area. He with his wife Liz have 7 children.
After graduating from BYU he finished medical school in Missouri and did his family practice residency through the Air Force and Travis in Cal. After his military payback, he built Westside Medical in 1989 and began his private practice in family medicine.
He wrote a book on Depression in 1985. It sold over 20,000 copies and spurred an interest in depression management. He has been on 5 different national advisory boards and has been a national speaker for 15 years. He continues to be a prominent national speaker on ADHD and Bipolar depression. He loves the practice of medicine and loves interacting with patients, most of whom have become his friends.
He has served on the Utah state licensing board, as medical director of Davis Hospital and was one of 12 family practitioners asked to be on the National Advancement of ADHD Board. He built Country Pines Assisted Living Centers and enjoys working with those beautiful, older but wiser people. His parents lived there until they passed away at age 97 and 90.
In his off hours time he enjoys skiing, tennis, golf, sports of all kinds and spending time with his family. He is active in the LDS church and is grateful to be able to serve the community in some fashion. He loves the community and the people within it
Dr. Jeremy Chiles
1477 N 2000 W Suite D
Clinton, UT 84405
Dr. Tyler Dixon
Dr. Mark Jorgensen grew up in the small town of Moses Lake, Washington. He's a farm boy at heart and spent many long hours in the fields and on the tractor of his father's potato farm. Following high school he served a mission for his church in Guatemala where he was severely injured in a bike accident and received maxillofacial surgery. After recovery, he finished out his mission in Alabama. This accident led him to his interest in medicine and helping others, especially after experiencing the medical needs of third world countries first-hand.
Dr. Jorgensen earned his B.S. in Management Information Systems from Brigham Young University. He moved to Bentonville, Arkansas and worked for 2 years for Wal-Mart Corporate offices as a computer programmer. He continued on with his medical path by moving to Little Rock, Arkansas to attend medical school. He earned his M.D. from University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and did his residency at UAMS Pine Bluff AHEC in Pine Bluff, AR where he was Chief Resident. He is certified in BLS, ACLS, PALS, ATLS and he is fluent in Spanish.
Mark and his wife Lisa are happy to live in Davis County. They have been married for 17 years and have 3 children. Mark is a caring, fun-loving person. He's always willing to help and not afraid of getting the job done. In his spare time he loves camping, playing sports, wood-working, computers, scuba diving, and spending time with his wife and children.
Dr. Mark Jorgensen
Raul Weston M.D., attended medical school at the historic Medical College of Virginia, located in Richmond Virginia. He completed his Anesthesiology residency and Interventional Pain Management Fellowship at the University of Utah and the Huntsman Cancer Institute.Dr. Weston carries two Board Certifications in Anesthesiology and Interventional Pain Management.
Dr. Weston was born in Utah and currently lives in Davis County. He is married to his wife Kami, together they have three boys. Dr. Weston enjoys all outdoor activities and spending time with his family.
Dr. Weston is the only physician in Northern Utah certified to perform minimally invasive lumbar decompression. Dr Weston treats all forms of back and neck pain, utilizing advanced and evidence based techniques.
Dr. Jeremy Chiles is a licensed clinical psychologist who has worked with Psychological Testing Services since 2002. His training in personality, cognitive, achievement, and psychosexual testing is utilized in helping children, adolescents, adults, and families specify problems and concerns that will allow for them to identify the most appropriate level of care or most suitable academic environment for them to address areas of difficulty. In helping individuals and families work toward psychological health and balance in their lives, Dr. Chiles employs strategies including psychological testing/assessment, comprehensive interviews with students and parents, consultation with clinicians, close interaction with educational consultants, and “on-site” testing to gather the most accurate and useful information in a timely manner.
Dr. Chiles attended the University of Utah where he received his bachelor’s degree with a major in psychology and a minor in history. He attended Brigham Young University where he received his doctoral degree in clinical psychology. While providing a strong psychotherapy training program, the training at Brigham Young University also offered an assessment curriculum that addressed intellectual/cognitive and mental health/personality aspects in children, adolescents, and adults. Additional training during graduate school involved assessments of adolescents and adults at the Utah State Hospital, Utah State Prison, residential treatment centers, outpatient treatment settings, acute care facilities.